EU is "confident" China will comply with ETS, official says

The European Commission says it is not changing the terms of the European Union's emissions-trading scheme despite China's refusal to participate. "The commission of course remains confident the Chinese airlines will comply with our legislation when they are operating through EU airports," said Isaac Valero-Ladron, EU spokesman for climate action.

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